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the entire navy fleet in norfolk is now under sail. and 23 ships steaming out of port and harm's way. and officials are closely watching the eight refineries in the storm's path. the hybrid storm already churning up potentially deadly surf here in north carolina. raising red flag warnings. >> it's crazy. never seen a storm this late in the season. >> reporter: cutting short vacations. and sending tourists streaming from the outer banks to higher ground. and locals, to stores to stock up on supplies. and we are already starting to hear reports of people buying out generators. even shortages of water in some places. and because this is such a massive system moving in, the national guard has said it is ready with 61,000 troops, guardsmen available, if they are needed to be called up. ginger? >> matt, let's get straight to that tropical storm watch and warning. this is what people need to know this morning. this is what the storm is going to do to you. from central florida all the way up through the carolinas. the watches and warnings for 40-mile-per-hour to 50-mile-per-hour gusts. that'
blackouts. and nearly the entire navy fleet in norfolk is now under sail. and 23 ships steaming out of port and harm's way. and officials are closely watching the eight refineries in the storm's path. the hybrid storm already churning up potentially deadly surf here in north carolina. raising red flag warnings. >> it's crazy. never seen a storm this late in the season. >> reporter: cutting short vacations. and sending tourists streaming from the outer banks to higher ground. and locals, to stores to stock up on supplies. and people seem to be taking this storm very seriously. we're already hearing of shortages in generators, even bottled water in certain locations. the national guard says it has 61,000 guardsmen ready to deploy wherever they might be needed. ginger? >> matt, the most important part and the part that i think people need to focus in on are the impacts, who gets what, when and where? let's talk about that. we'll show you the graphics here. tropical storm watches and warnings extend all the way from the carolinas up into parts of the cape, even, eventually. that's where we're s
. and washington, d.c., as well. that's where they're handing out sandbags. just north of here, the navy fleet, 23 ships, are setting sail out of harm's way. and an army of line workers is being deployed, trying to shore up the lines across the area. everybody seems to be bracing themselves for days of blackouts. people are taking this seriously. they're out in stores. runs on generators. even bottled water. >> it's good that people are taking this seriously. matt, we appreciate your reporting this morning. >>> moving on, now, they are a staple of halloween parties everywhere. bounce houses. kids love them. look at how things can go horribly wrong. this is a largely unregulated businesses with thousands of injuries every day. abc's mark greenblatt is on the story. >> reporter: the bouncey house starts floating away. the wind tosses it like a rag doll. taking it and several children inside up in the air. the unexpected and frightening ride comes crashing down on top of several people. >> i took a hit in the back with a balloon. it bounced off me, hit my wife on the shoulders and threw her to the gr
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